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threatening israel's existence every day. by the way, israel provided cement and electricity to use in schools and hospitals. the hate trump media let not your hearts be troubled, lauren ingram. >> laura: hannity, great show tonight. >> sean: you know what they tried to do? you ever watch "duck dynasty"? >> laura: yeah, i love it. >> sean: you are on the border i just found out. he tried to bring me to a swamp with alligators to dunk me and baptize me. real alligators. >> laura: will, maybe, you know, maybe that's where you have to go these days. all right, hannity thank you so much. at the border, right behind the border fence. we are going to talk exactly where we are, incredibly challenging time. i am laura ingraham and this is >> the ingraham angle: on the
u.s.-mexico border and we are live on the rio grande, del rio, texas. where this little spot of the border, there are over 250 crossings each day. we have been covering this crisis from washington, d.c., has many of you know since the show began. but when you come here and you see it for yourself, you see number one the professionalism of the border patrol. in every aspect of their job, and you see how challenging this is, the drain, the job responsibilities and the political failures. a total outrage. it makes you more outreach than ever before. listen to every moment of the show. you will see things you've never seen before. we will talk to people on the front lines. you will see some of the photos. some we posted throughout the day and some we haven't had a chance to because we've been so busy. i want to be clear tonight. whatever you thought of the border situation, it is actually worse. we sell border patrol agents
putting their lives on the line every single day here to protect us. then something more. they are rescuing illegal immigrants who are breaking into the country via the river right behind me. and then, the agents in some cases end up acting as temporary child care providers, providing food, diapers, when necessary, formula, medical care. it is something to see. and i read bits and pieces of this, but i didn't really understand the enormity of this crisis until i got here. now, frankly, i am furious at the politicians who know well what is happening down here. by the way, those of you watching, if you don't know what is happening here, you still don't think it is a crisis, get your down here and see what is happening. then go back home and tell the people it's no big deal.
the media, all of my friends, sisters and friends in the media out there. if you are not talking the truth about this border, you are part of the cover up. tonight, that ends. over the next hour, we will show you who the border patrol really are, how far their mission has expanded, and while some on the left will portray them as just a bunch of jackbooted thugs, what we will do on the show tonight is what we will only show you here. we have spent the past two days with the border patrol on the ground. and in the air. and on the water. and you will be shocked by some of what the border patrol showed us. here is just a little of what we were able to see for ourselves. >> most of the time you can walk across the river. but again, that is where it is potentially dangerous. i can walk on this and suddenly, reaches over their head.
the current is strong and they get swept away. you try to hold a baby above her head to comay's small children above their head. you will see the mother is trying to struggle herself as she fights the current to keep the child above head and they both can't make it. if you are lucky you go back to their land and wait for help. >> you can see right on the banks, the team to see the trash bags, and those trash bags to keep their close drive. you also use trash bags when they come across. >> so this is a landing area. we went that easy access to the country. >> they give them that -- they have to slow down to get water agents more protected. and we respond.
so these four upriver. into the boat can you have to go up there and rescued them as you can tell. they are all soaking wet. that little tube. these two were rescued by the boat. >> four people drowned the other day, same circumstances. >> laura: how do they know where to cross? >> [speaking in native tongue] >> you can see we have every side imaginable. diapers, formula, juices, snacks, meals. we partner up with nongovernmental agencies and
they will help donate some closing to my clothing. a lot of this has brought him by the agents themselves. we are parents and so most agents have three or four kids. and they outgrow and give them hand-me-downs. >> here we are at eagle pass. eagle pass sector come up hundred 40 miles. and this is 2 miles of the 400 -- 4 miles. we will show you where it is and where it all begins behind us. and up here is where it ends. that is the end of the dash >> here we are in the del rio sector of the border with the other 2 miles of fencing. remember this whole area is 209 miles. nowhere near enough. >> laura: okay, if you can
make that out, 209 miles okay come along the border in the sector. only 4 miles of fencing. and that wasn't all. i was her vapor -- survey link the border from the air, they illegal crossing to the river, floated and luckily raymond arroyo in the staff was there with the border patrol to capture a lot of the drama >> raymond: he is jumping in there and ready to cross. where would you intersect them? >> the minute they start getting into distress. >> raymond: this is unbelievable. this is a father. >> a father and a child. >> raymond: he's in the water and the baby has the device on. get over here. this is terrifying. if a man get separated, now, you have a man separated from his baby. the baby is crying on the other
boat and border patrol is left to have to fish him out of the river. and this happens every day. >> everyday, all the time, sunup to sundown. when the boats are in here, they are doing this pretty much nonstop. >> raymond: why risk life and limb? >> many don't want to wait. they can only cross how many a day and it doesn't matter what bridge they are, they are tired and they don't want to wait. >> laura: the main crisis, the humane crisis in crisis to humanity forcing these people here and that it's created, a network to risk life and limb and to you guys. you are the ones risking your lives. by going out of your way to protect and in some cases rescue the migrant, more of them -- we don't incentivize it, we try absolutely not.
we don't want to become a service. it is a daily struggle that these guys have, but you can't leave in the water. you can't leave someone in the water struggling. >> here we go again ed migrants throwing themselves and the rio grande. they know they will be rescued because otherwise, carries them straight down the current, but border patrol always intervenes as they will now. this gentleman, this lady from honduras. apparently, there are friends there on the mexico mainland that help them get across mexico and here to the rio grande. and now, they will go in for process. the lady claimed she is from
honduras. she showed us cuts on her arm and head to. do you believe this might be part of a script? >> it very well could be. we see a lot of the same stories. >> raymond: do you think these people paid cartel to get here? they are from honduras. obviously, you see the tragedy if this all around where a father, daughter jump into the river thinking they were going to get some clemency come a better life. they are now going to be taken and processed and eventually released in the country because of the laws the way they are. but they put their belongings and a bag and they jump in the water and take their chance. this is a situation and not only risking their own lives but the lives of the agents who are taking us out here. >> laura: raymond will be back at the end of the show what he saw. unbelievably dramatic. but joining me now, we saw featured, the chief border patrol agent of the del rio
sector, chief, i think you were with me all day. i think i got more and more angry as the day went on, angry for the children, their lives put in jeopardy, angry at the system that seems broken down. i don't think most people know the responsibility of your agents, not just, i mean, this is just the actions. they are doing a lot of other stuff too. tell us about it. >> most deftly the border agents come at 1350 of them doing a tremendous job 24/7, 365 days a year. the compassion that they demonstrate for the people that we encounter on a daily basis, the fact that these agents willing to risk their own life, you know to make sure that they are able to rescue these individuals that are really putting their lives in the hands and mercy of the smugglers and these coyotes that are of bringing them across the river. and you so it is very
treacherous right now. and we are releasing so much water out of the dam that the river is going bank to bank. on any given day, the officers are out there rescuing. i think today we witnessed 35-40 rescues and so for upward of 40 rescues just within the last several months. >> laura: oh, my goodness. and you have decades of experience and border patrol, law enforcement. you were deployed in afghanistan, i believe. and to hear people who have never been here, who never bob -- father to talk to a border patrol agents speak of ts than professional and compassionate after seeing what your agents do, men, women, hispanic, white, from all walks of life. i got so enraged because of the maligning of your agents. your reaction to that. >> we hear quite often that they demonize the border patrol in agents performing this mission each and every day.
we are investing in the communities across 2,000 miles of the southwest border and on our northern border and coastal sections. so for us, you know, this is what we live and breathe. i've been doing this 28 years. deployed to afghanistan twice, have worked the southwest border from san diego all the way through the mouth of the rio grande and i can tell you that i've never seen such a dedicated workforce. 19,000 strong with 2,000 under where we need to be just to be able to perform that mission each and every day at the adequate numbers. then, when you see sectors that are overwhelmed and over capacity come over 7,000 people in rio grande valley right now, we have five or 600 people in our custody in this sector. >> laura: you don't have the facility for it. we will get into this later in the show but i was able to get into the processing center and see people being processed. there is no kids in cages, all of that is a total lie. but i did see there is a period
of time they have to be processed and you have to know who's coming in. you can't just release them but they have to be released into the community, correct? >> so the family that we are encountering is a big portion of the population that we see across this river right now. those folks will get processed and potentially released within 48 hours, 72 hours. so that is happening through most of the border communities on the southwest border. it really is taxing on the nongovernment organizations, and these communities. because we are the entry point. most of the individuals that we encounter are not coming to stay on the border communities. they are making their way and lent to the interior. >> laura: so the audience knows the encompassing job, the border patrol a list of what you are doing. we have investigative of course with all the enforcement, rescue ops we saw today, child care. that is why you went into border patrol to open up child care. medical care, processing and of
course the attainment. and i want to play something. this is a tweet from a politician and castro, his -- we will put it up on the screen. this is quite a shock. there is no words for this horror and our country will look back at this dark chapter in our history. disregard of humanity of children because of their race. and national origin. he was reacting to the horrific drowning that occurred just a few days back. and two children lost their lives. others still missing. again, these currents are very strong. we were on it today and yesterday. extremely dangerous. but he said, made a point this is about race. your reaction. >> you know, so obviously not really recognizing or understanding that the sacrifices her border patrol agents make out they are. and that particular incident that happened six days ago a border patrol agent disregarded his own safety and rescued a
mother and 6-year-old child and would have drowned had he not taken for quick decisive action that he did and so instead of commending the border patrol agents we are going out there to protect the border. you do have some folks that will try to malign or maybe say some negative things about those of us that are performing this mission. but i can tell you it will not deter us from executing what we think is probably one of the most important national security and humanitarian mission. it has to be done all the time. >> laura: in your agents have children of their own. they want to go home to their families at night and they are throwing themselves into the river, raging river now to rescue folks. and for a texas official, former or current or anyone frankly to say that, anyway, this is video we shot today via cell phone. apprehended illegal telling the producer where he learned to
penetrate and how to penetrate the u.s.-mexico border. >> >> laura: chief, the video on youtube how to cross. how to present yourself. they are waving at the border patrol, hi, i want to come on the boat. this is how it works. >> raymond: social media we recognize there are organizations the northern triangle countries that are certainly propagating a lot of this information. so when they come up here, a lot of times when we encounter them and we ask them questions where they are going, how they got here. we hear the same rhetoric from the groups and individuals that we apprehend. so we know a lot of this has been fed to them by some of the smugglers and organizations that are out operating. >> laura: really quick, when
you are sending four, five, six agents to a river rescue, a family unit. people say they are a family unit some aren't but they are. that diverts the resources cartels bringing drugs into the other sector come up miles of fencing and 209 miles of the sector. how hard is that when you have to rescue obviously and you will not let people drown. but the cartels know it and we see them on the mountaintops. >> safety will be number one priority as border patrol but i will tell you that we do though and happy until sources telling us that these family units, unaccompanied children that come across the river are a diversion for the cartels so they can smuggle narcotics in the ports of entry and out of ports of entry. you have to remember we have custom officers with helping border patrol agents to help these family units. they know we are taxed at ports of entry. this is an all-out blitz by the organization to take advantage
of the situation right here on the border. >> laura: chief, i learned more today with you and your agents and i think covering this issue for 20 years. i want to thank you for your service to this country, for your service before you were even here and keep it up. washington will listen to this. thank you so much. we really appreciate it. >> raymond: thank you. >> laura: i have to say this we will bring you so much more. i want you to stay here. we have more dramatic video to bring you tonight plus what it is like to be an american living in these communities that are right at the border. beautiful places, beautiful communities, but the challenges they are facing as citizens of the united states. we will speak to a few ranchers. wait until you hear what they are subjected to on a daily basis. >> that is the feds? >> yes, ma'am. >> that looks like my garden salad i'm just a normal person who got an awful skin condition.
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♪ >> this is del rio, texas, and the dell rado border sector 209 miles of border. we have nine stations and a couple of those stations further north, resident agents, but nine stations covering from big band all the way to laredo sector. >> laura: so this is the border fence? this is it? >> yes, this is the border fence
and del rio, texas. the real sector has 4 miles of fencing and two in del rio. >> laura: wait a minute commit 4 miles and the sector is 209 miles? >> 209 miles of border in the real sector and approximately 4 miles have fencing. 2 here and 2 passed texas. >> laura: shocking and embarrassing that we have such little fencing for this huge area. you see it in the air and of course on the boat. it makes it a lot easier for illegal immigrants most importantly cartel mongering, the bad guys trying to make it across to penetrate into the country. it also kind of sense a stark message to the americans in the del rio section itself. and washington leaders don't get or they don't care about it. so how do we fix this problem? 20 mi vice president national border patrol council, john aniston and border patrol agent
right here in del rio, texas, john, this is your sector. you have 2 miles of fencing behind us here. family unit apprehension, way, way up there, 636%. for this fiscal year alone. >> john: that is right. >> laura: there are things that can be done here that are not being done because of what you don't have at your disposal. we heard from the chief the facts and the professionalism of the border patrol saw it firsthand. but this is not a 40-foot fence. it is good and slows people down, but what about the river? isn't that enough of a barrier? >> john: the river is a big part of it. ultimately the water is a deterrent in some areas the rapids last weekend the rescue that we deal with everyday. but our agents are tied up doing those things, rescuing people, taking care of people at the station. and they were not able to be out here. the fence that you see behind is
commit ends up the road. and it is effective to funneling people in certain directions and gives time to respond to it, but we can use bits and pieces but every mile of the border is different. so lean may not need more fence. >> laura: you don't need it everywhere, yeah, you don't need the fencing everywhere and hector, as we discovered today, most of the time of the river is not raging. most of the time it is quite low. there are pockets of deeper sections of it. but most times, you can walk right across or with little swimming, but you could walk across different sections of the border. that makes it really important that you have the manpower and that fencing more appropriate. >> hector: first of all manpower commitment structure, technology. we talked about infrastructure physical barriers, walls, strategic locations. think about it for miles in the del rio section is not enough when getting dangerous cartels. they are bringing drugs,
dangerous people with serious criminal records and nail their kids with fake families. so it is a big problem and we have to address the situation of the border. >> laura: i want to play for you a part of what we discussed with one of the other agents today about the barrier actually can accomplish and cannot accomplish as it currently stands. let's watch. >> there are people crossing this river everyday on grass, on inflatable's, boats. the water at its low the list, you can walk across on foot. >> laura: without that fans commit an easy disappearance. >> once they get across the river what the fence does is give them that break to slow down to give our agents time to make first, detective and to respond to that rescue. >> laura: now, i heard at night time things get real fun at the border. i was talking to a friend in laredo and rio grande valley.
at nighttime, the real fun begins. >> it becomes dangerous at night. and that is when a lot of the dangerous criminals do come across because of the night. and also, the units through the day, but a lot of dangerous criminals and drugs come through at night. those are the guys that have very serious record, murder, kidnapping, and got deported serving time in jail. >> laura: this is what the chief said today about the families being used and using these children, watch. >> what will happen a whole family will make it to a border here and they will break up. so a father will take a child, a mother will take a child across at different locations. they won't inform the officer that they are one family unit that way they can each take advantage of the system.
>> laura: john, they went on to say that's how they differ at the border patrol resources. so not one pickup location but multiple, but it is one family unit. meanwhile, we have the spotters on the hillside bringing the drugs and 2 miles down the road. it is all incredibly organized and well choreographed as ragtag as it looks. once we actually started asking questions of the migrants, we started getting real answers. >> john: it is impressive. and a group in a location, that location at that time for a particular reason. they were getting other people across that don't want to be arrested or drugs or whatever across. so it is impressive at times because they know exactly how to keep busy. >> laura: this is some of what the presidential candidate or sing about you and fellow agents, watch this. >> the border has a history of using unnecessary force, using tear gas, there are women and children out there. >> stop allowing the
united states government to commit human rights abuse at the border of young children who have been taken from their parents. audio. the vandalism on the ideas of the country. a moral vandalism on the ideas of our country. i don't know if he's been out here. i'm not sure. >> john: that they deem human eyes border patrol agents. they do good work and care for the kids that come into the country. we treat everybody with dignity and respect and it does not matter if dangerous criminal or child, unaccompanied children we treat you with dignity and respect him these congressmen it's real important. >> laura: your message to washington, d.c. >> hector: we need help. we cannot keep this up and it will only get worse. and now that the summer months are coming from it will get harder. i'm afraid we will see more people die try to cross here especially 100 degrees. >> laura: thank you both for being here tonight and this message that everybody needs to hear. up next, a couple that actually
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>> laura: >> the ingraham angle: a spec life from the mexico border. the 2-mile stretch, to my old border fence here and del rio, texas. and it's easy to dismiss this crisis from the cushy confines of d.c., new york, brentwood, i don't know, san francisco but what about the folks who actually live here? the next best see illegals on their properties all the time. it is a news. they own a ranch a few miles from here and join us, both of you thank you for being with us tonight but they can tell us about your experience here. well, where we live, this was the first time we have been broken into the first week
of april or so. i was coming home 5:15 in the evening and 3 miles of road to our house. i was probably 400 yards from the house. i thought i saw someone walking to the carport. and so i sped up a little bit, paid attention and then i saw someone run from the carport to the brush. so i sped up and got down to the house. i noticed underneath a live oak tree was a double bag. insula i knew there was something wrong. so i got on my cell phone and called border patrol checkpoint. [laughter] they showed up and eventually caught -- >> laura: that is just one person. big deal. but tell us what you see on your property on a daily basis. and have we seen the results and the uptick of the border crossing? >> oh, yes. they come through the border
patrol is basically on our property all the time, which we are very grateful for that. but they are always coming through. most of them follow the hotlines, trying to go north and get past the checkpoint, 27 miles north of del rio. so they follow up to get north of the checkpoint so they can have arrange for transportation for people, you know, coyotes to take them north. >> laura: what we were amazed by commit is all very well choreographed. we had migrant friends, really working my spanish today but i was having conversations with them and they were very pleasa pleasant. and a long journey, many traveling for four and five weeks. but they knew exactly what they were doing. they knew exactly where they were going. and most of them i talked to were coming here to work. >> susan: well, the ones that came into our house one was a
honduran in the other was a guy guiding him through the checkpoint. >> laura: any idea or do you have any thoughts who is funding all of this? relatives here or organizations? the fact that they are on your property. tell us, the difference between now and say ten years ago? >> john: well, when i was young, very young he had zero programs. and the people that you saw were workers. if they came to us and asked for water or food or whatever it may be, we are we accommodated them. these days, it is not the same situation at all. it is dangerous. and this experience that we have gone through and of course the other house on the ranch has been broken into many times. then we have another place on the river that has been broken into many times.
so what we do on the ranch is we are very careful. i throw the door open to the barn, and i look carefully in the barn before i go in. i conduct the rest of my life on the ranch that way. >> laura: so it is a new ball game now. >> susan: s. >> laura: what are the politicians not understanding? let's play something really quick and get your reaction. let's watch. speak with the president is destroying what's going on the southern border of the united states of america. >> this is the crisis of the presidents making. >> invasion at the border. the president called it a national security crisis. there is a crisis today. it is a crisis of leadership. >> laura: political talking points. your reaction. >> susan: that is a bunch of bull, really. they don't understand what's going down. our lives are completely disrupted by all of the illegals
crossing over. we can't even go to our ranch on the pega stripper because the border patrol has warned us to stay away because so much drug traffic going across the ranch that they are afraid for our safety to even go on our property. >> laura: and people, both of you, thank you for being here tonight. american citizens their lives affected. you know my think we showed jim and a tear in aspect of this, but we have to remember, everyone is paying for this, taxpayer dollars are going to cover all of these cost an individual property owners, ranchers, their lives and their families lives put on the line. and when will the lawmakers in washington do something about the border? it sounds like this come all across america we have to focus on this. texas lieutenant governor dan patrick has a message to deliver, it is a 911 message up next. >> where is the federal government? we need more investigators down
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as they are going to be a policy adjustment? >> laura: now, this is something i've been hearing a lot from the border patrol down here. they need help. the washington bureaucrats are doing nothing right now to help them. president trump trying to get them more money. he's trying to get something done on this but deaf ears and the democratic party mostly men and women in the border patrol put their lines -- life on the line every single day. texas senate governor dan patrick, texas strangers helping out big, big instants, like 500 rangers came down to try to disperse the caravan i know recently dan. you can feel the frustration on the border patrol. they are incredible people, but they are not going to -- they are livid. >> dan: i don't want to say they are overwhelmed because they can handle it. but everything they can handle they are handling. by the way, welcome to texas. welcome to the border and all those people in the background trying to come in.
and so let's look at taxes. in el paso we are apprehending el paso 930 people a day. we will approach 1 million people apprehended this year plus on the border from california to brownsville, texas. i was talking to law enforcement one out of every three or four. >> laura: 6,000 they think in this sector alone have been got a ways. and probably more than 6,000. so the real number is much bigger than 1 million coming in. >> dan: that is why i said to you we have close to 10% of the population here illegally. there was a poll recently 152 million people in the world want to come to america and 40 million central america. they are coming. last month, laura, del rio of the sector 12 years ago this time worked in the border patrol in the bushes at night, and at that time, mostly single males crossing. last month, we had 30,000 single males caught but 63,000 families. that is what is happening. and has a reset on your show
before, the drug cartels use these people to distract and take up time with the border patrol and everyone else up the middle. >> laura: the drugs. the politicians in washington, give me a couple of ideas, solutions. first of all talk about politicians i so castro on earlier. i could hear. >> laura: they wouldn't come on. that was a tape. >> dan: republicans and democrats in texas the republicans come down to see this and the democrats come down here and ignore it. that is what they are doing in washington. number one we have to change asylum laws and number two, they have to give tromp his money fencing so this is higher. this is border crossing, but in the areas of no-man's-land, in fact much higher and much tougher to climb. so you have to have the fencing. and you have to give border patrol more assistance. by the way, to the democrats, get off their back.
the story you were telling earlier about the young one who drowned and a nature middle of the night. you were on the river today. you saw that raging river. >> laura: the 21 days, you've got to be able to hold 21 days. we have one federal judge. one federal judge, that one judge is responsible for much of this crisis. people dying, children being temporarily tough times because someone is down the river and another up the river separated. looking in the eyes of the children today was a heartbreak. as a mother, it is a heartbreak for the children. and i also have heartbreak for the american people in the kids in public schools and overcrowded -- i mean it is a heart break to see this children being used. >> dan: i was on your show if you weeks ago and in charge of modern-day slavery today. but you saw this. there were adults with children and you could tell the children
weren't really their children. >> laura: one in particular. >> dan: you knew sex trafficking. and they have to realize this is a national crisis and not manufactured. we are being overrun laura but thank you for continuing the truth. >> laura: i will not stop and texas on the front line. >> dan: we are the front-line state. >> laura: dan thank you so much and raymond arroyo training brings us more from the border in simply what you are not hearing. stay right where you are. >> is a father, and watching this in my heart breaks, but why would you subject them to this kind of danger.
♪ >> laura: with me right here in del rio, texas, raymond arroyo joining the rio grande. he was out with border patrol, the part of the story that you didn't understand until you got your raiment. >> raymond: i will tell you it's how the cartels owned and controlled the rio grande valley. along the hillside on the mexico side watching, watching border patrol. they know they are stretched thin as the chief said earlier. there is what they do they sent the family to be distracted. they are running drugs, pushing criminals and elsewhere down the river. i have no concept of theft. until you get here and see it.
also what you didn't see on camera after we finish shooting, 20 people in the water including a seven month year old baby. >> laura: 7-month-old baby, holding the baby and going across. i had the chance to talk to a number -- >> raymond: you went to the processing center. >> laura: i went to the processing center and talk to the migrants in my spanish was tested. >> raymond: you did a good job. what did you learn? >> laura: they are going to maryland. i saw they had a piece of cardboard, going to maryland, houston, austin, las vegas, new york. >> raymond: other illegal aliens. >> laura: know, where did you get the money? comey we didn't pay money. you got your for free? then we found out illegal immigrants already in the united states are wiring money back to honduras. most of them are from honduras although we saw some el salvador, nicaragua. some in a holding area. it was in a pan a room. and central america. >> raymond: they are sending
money once they are released, a central location in del rio and from there they take buses all over america. >> laura: raymond, again the politicians who have downplayed this, i'm going to call them out. cory booker, the castro brothers, kamala harris, you are lying to the american people. you are doing a huge disservice to the men and women trying to keep this sector and frankly our country safe. that is the ones. >> raymond: they are incentivizing the human tragedy they claim to care about. stop, change the laws so people don't risk their lives. >> laura: children are dying because washington is not doing their job, attacking asylum reform. my final thoughts. moyou don't want to miss them wn we come back taltz reduces joint pain and stiffness and helps stop the progression of joint damage. for people with moderate to severe psoriasis, 90% saw significant improvement. taltz even gives you a chance at completely clear skin.
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